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17-18 SEP 22

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An evening of Spanish food and wine with Owen Morgan and David Menendez. A love of Spanish food and culture led Owen Morgan, brother Tom, and sister

Join Genevieve Taylor, live fire cook, author and founder of the Bristol Fire School as she chats  about the wonderfully addictive nature of fire cooking,

Is Cider the most misunderstood of British drinks? It’s certainly the most underrated. Author and poet James Crowden writes beautifully about a drink that

On her first visit to Mexico she was astounded by the unexpected diversity of fruit and vegetables.  She learnt that Mexico is mega-diverse with

Talk baking and Bake Off with one of the stars of Great British Bake Off 2019. Although known on the show for her colourful stylish bakes,

This event has sold out, but you can still buy tickets for the Bordeaux Sunday session – same time, same place. Find out why

Henry Mance is  Chief Features Writer at the Financial Times. In his first book How to Love Animals and Protect our Planet he set

Look, there’s nothing wrong with an Aperol Spritz: it’s been one of the drink sensations of the last decade and for many it’s now

Jeremy comes from three generations of Chinese chefs. He founded the School of Wok in 2009, originally as a mobile cookery school teaching Chinese

On arrival in the UK, Santosh worked his way up through some of  London’s top Indian restaurants, rising to the role of Executive Chef 

Here at Abergavenny we’ve always tried to offer alternative food and drink pairings to complement the tried and trusted combo of food – any

Four terrific bands. Great eats. Enchanting backdrop. Go wild on the dance floor or chill in the grounds. Either way it’s just magic. Plus

Liz Knight of Forage Fine Foods makes delicious products, runs courses and is the author of Forage: Wild Plants to Gather and Eat. Join her

You know that slice of green apple you often see on the side of a Ploughman’s? It’s trying to tell you something. It’s trying

Along with the rest of the UK, Wales has undergone a craft brewing boom over the last twelve years or so. Through all that

Joe trained as a chef and worked in kitchens while pursuing a parallel career as a food and travel photographer. A lifelong vegetarian, his

Angela grew up behind the counter of The Lucky Star, her parents’ Chinese takeaway in Beddau, South Wales. Takeaway is a fascinating memoir; a

Find out why Bordeaux white wines are becoming so popular and how producers are innovating to meet new consumer demands for ethically produced wines.